EMAIL: meighanellis@gmail.com  |  MOBILE: +64 21 1392827

 

Meighan Ellis is a multidisciplinary artist and merges both a commercial and fine arts practice. With a background and professional training in photography, moving image, writing and more recently a re-acquaintance with clay.

Residing for a number of years in London, Sydney and Tokyo she contributed to various international print, academic and on-line publications-including Tokyo Art Beat. After a 20+ year hiatus into the analogue and digital realm of the still and moving image – she has returned to the ceramics studio, rekindling an early passion and predilection for clay.

Meighan has exhibited strands of her work in New Zealand, America, Europe, Australia and Japan. Her photographic and ceramic works are held in private collections in New Zealand and overseas.

 

EDUCATION

2009 MFA, (1st Class Hons. with Distinction) CoCA, School of Fine Arts, Wellington, New Zealand

2000 BDes, (Hons) School of Architecture and Design, Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand

 

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

2015 Empire of Dirt, New Writing on Ceramics, Objectspace Publication, Auckland

2013 Beauty, Beauty Look At You, Essay. “Tracing New/Media/Feminisms.” Spring 2013: Vol. 9, No. 1. Media-N: Journal of the New Media Caucus. The University of Florida. Edited by Stephanie Tripp and Pat Badani Link: http://median.newmediacaucus.org/tracing-newmediafeminisms/beauty-beauty-look-at-you/ USA

           An Atmosphere of Stillness. In conversation with Frontier Magazine Issue 2. 

           Art New Zealand- ISSUE 146 Winter. The Sitters. Photography Review. Writer: David            Herkt.

           2012 Sites | Sitters. Work Light Journeys Publication http://lightjourneysnetau AUS

           Sites. Unless You Will http://wwwunlessyouwillcom AUS

           Window Seat. Feature Shoot http://wwwfeatureshootcom USA (Group)

           2011 Andy Adams, The Sitter. Featured Work. Flak Photo.

           Optimism. F-Stop Magazine Issue 50. http://www.fstopmagazine.com. USA

           Behold, Be Still. Featured review. Troika Editions. http://www.troikaeditions.co.uk.    


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